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. i am ken wayne. frank somerville is off tonight. >> i am julie haener. a 30-year-old woman was charged with child neglect and abuse after police say she left her baby alone in the car in the mid-day heat. ktvu's health and science editor john fowler is live now with the dangerous situation she is accused of putting her child into. john? >> reporter: it happened after noon here at the square mall. police made an arrest of the mother after witnessed called 911. they found an unattended baby in distress inside the car. >> all they heard was a baby crying. they looked in the car and saw her skin was flush with tears. >> the baby was sweating. police found the mother shopping. >> she knew the child was there and said the windows was down. >> reporter: in court today the lawyer said one car window was down 4 inches. the temperature 76 degrees. i asked san francisco state heat stress scientists for his opinion. >> 105 degrees. after just 20 minutes temperatures could be fatal for a child. >> reporter: the baby was unhurt but 32 u.s. children
lines and rattled nerves. i am ken wayne. frank somerville is off. >> i am julie haener. gusty winds are fueling a wildfire in southern california that is burning close to homes in fillmore, north of los angeles. a live picture right now from a local news helicopter over head. the fire was reported at 4:45 p.m. in the afternoon and we have seen flames next to homes. lot of flames burning. sometimes it is hard to tell if homes are on fire. a lot of thick smoke right now you can see. it is burning where a small brush fire broke out this afternoon. 25 firefighter units responded. again, we are watching this fire, we are updating the conditions, and as soon as we get new information we will let you know. >>> wild winds today toppled trees, knocked down power lines and created dangerous conditions along the coast. ktvu's noelle walker is live in san francisco with a look at some of the damage. >> reporter: julie, i am in park side square next to where a pine used to stand and that is what happened when the tree fell, that used to be a softball back st
julie haener. the broken bolts may delay the opening. what caused the problem and how do they plan to fix it? two big questions still unanswered tonight. continuing coverage now, ktvu's noelle walker is live at treasure island and tells us whatever the fix it won't be quick. >> reporter: the question tonight is will there be a celebration of opening that span on labor day or will it be delayed? >> reporter: the bay bridge is years behind schedule and over budget now bad bolts are putting the opening in question. >> this is one of the first real correction problems we have had on the project and we will try to lick it and get open on labor day. >> reporter: they told the committee they are looking at four solutions to fix 32 fractured bolts but expressed doubt about when it could be fixed. the bolts are designed to prevent the bridge from moving side to side during an earthquake. when and how? >> when it was designed nobody thought it would happen. if -- >> reporter: why they figure out why the bolts failed the city is booking hotels for visitors who want to experience the big day.
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.m. >>> an acts of terror rips threw the boston marathon and has americans on high alert. >>> i am julie haener. >> and i am frank somerville. >> a press conference wrapped up in boston with new information and the headline is a third person died, 130 injured. we are now in our 6th hour of continuing coverage. we are speaking to residents impacted by this tragedy. we begin with ktvu's eric rasmussen who is in the news room, covering the bombings since shortly after noon about an explosion near the boston marathon. >> reporter: you want to talk headlines, another one is the fbi has now taken over the lead in this investigation. there are reports from emergency rooms in boston tonight that doctors have pulled ball bearings from some of the victims and tonight we have video showing a photographer's view standing right there at the finish line. seconds later there was a second blast. thousands of people crowded into that area near the finish line on boylston street. that was before 3:00 p.m. boston time this afternoon. we have learned an 8-year-old boy is one of the three confirmed dead. children's
'm julie haener. april19, marks a grim anniversary in the history of the united states. 20 years since the fiery end of the siege of the branch devidian compound in waco texas. many people would die, many of them children. we learn how the branch devidians came to be and how they ended up the target of the the federal agents. >> reporter: waco was not the apocalypse. but for david koresh and 80 of his followers it might as well have been. they certainly believed in the world great ending battle between good and evil and they almost certainly believed this was it. and it is perhaps as good an explanation as any of how a splinter group of seventh day adventist came to be the longest stand off. but how did it come to this. the armoured assault and fiery end on april 19, 1993? it actually began in 1935, 24 years before david koresh was even born. victor hoteff founded the devidian and focused on end of the world prophesy. he moved his followers to the rolling pasture lands outside waco texas and established a following of believers. in 1981 a young man named vernon howell would join the gr
channel 2 news at 6:00 p.m. >> good evening. >>> i am julie haener. >> and i am frank somerville. >> in antioch police arrested a 16-year-old student at deer valley high school for phoning in a half dozen bomb threats made earlier this week. ktvu's ken pritchett spoke with the police chief and is in antioch with what the chief is telling him. ken? >> reporter: a three bomb threats were phoned in this morning to schools. two here at deer valley high school. after the threats were made this morning they arrestea student here on campus who they linked to five bomb threats this week. >> reporter: the bomb threats at deer valley high school may not have been real but he says they were disruptive. >> it has been hectic. everybody has been onagy over -- on edge. >> any call we receive, all the calls are taken seriously. >> reporter: he says the bomb threats were a drain on resources and says the 16-year- old student arrested just after noon today at deer valley high school faces felony charges. >> had the phone number the call came from, we had audio recordings and received information
evening, everyone. i'm frank somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. the president's sprint includes four fund-raising stops. we have live team coverage tonight as hundreds of supporters and protesters converge on some of san francisco's most upscale neighborhoods. >> reporter: this crowd has grown significantly in the last hour. we've gotten a raised vantage point here to show you the crowd, that has now filled pacific and baker here. there are a number of different groups out here. the dominant message for president obama tonight is say no to the proposed keystone oil pipeline. now, the president may hear about these protesters out here, but it's not clear if he'll ever actually see them. police and secret service have blocked off the streets here around the getty mansion. that, of course, is where the president obama, mr. obama, will be attending a democratic fund-raisers tonight. it's an annual fund-raisers. last year it raised $1.7 million. the protesters are hoping to get his attention. this would be his second stop of the night. so
are speaking out. good evening. i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. today, the chief of police explained to us why an officer opened fire on an innocent teen. ktvu's kara liu was the only reporter to talk with the teen and his team. the boy's father actually has some sympathy for the father. kara? [ inaudible ] >> it hit me right here. >> reporter: francois says he and two friends had been hanging out in old town oakland when all of a sudden police swarmed and yelled for them to put their hands up. >> he just stopped his car, told me to get on the ground or something like that. before i could even move to the ground or pull my hands back up, he just shot. he shot me in my face. >> reporter: the 16-year-old says he fell to the ground bleeding. >> the pain, you don't wanna ever feel that pain. >> reporter: officers were actively investigating an armed robbery of a restaurant worker nearby. chief howard jordan says a witness mistook the three teens for the suspects and confirmed the three teens were not involved in the crime. jordan
after it woke from those tranquilizers. >> that's it for this week's second look. i'm julie haener, thank you for watching. levision is that everybody you see on television is doing something better than what you're doing. ever see anybody on tv sliding off the sofa with potato chip crumbs on their face? some people have too much fun on television. the soda commercial people. where do they summon this enthusiasm? have you seen them? "we have soda! we have soda!" jumping, laughing, flying through the air. it's a can of soda. have you ever been watching tv, and you're drinking the exact product that they're advertising right there on tv? and it's like they're spiking volleyballs, jet-skiing girls in bikinis and i'm standing there "maybe i'm putting too much ice in mine." morning, brian! love your passat! um. listen, gary. i bought the last one. nice try. says right here you can get one for $199 a month. you can't believe the lame-stream media gary. they're all gone. maybe i'll get one. [ male announcer ] now everyone's going to want one. you can't have the same car as me, gary!
starts right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 6:00 p.m. >> good evening. i am. >>> i am julie haener. >> and i am frank somerville. >> police have implemented a new plan that directs homeless people into certain zones of the city. telling them where they are welcome and where they are not. ktvu's rob roth is live with what prompted this plan. rob? >> reporter: we are in downtown where we have seen few homeless people here today, because many have received this map discouraging them from coming to areas where police get complaints. >> reporter: the owner feels sorry for the homeless people who congregate by his restaurant. >> they are intoxicated. they get drunk and cause a problem. loud. >> reporter: police have begun handing out maps to homeless people. the map, hot zones, area wheres police say they got lot of calls. the areas include 4th and 8 8th street, 4th and b and 4 4th and lincoln avenue. he lost his home a year ago and has been on the street sense. >> they are trying to make it hard. >> reporter: how? >> just, you know -- peopl
syringes. >>> good evening i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. we begin with breaking news that we are following right now from palo alto. we have learned that a car has driven into a home on boise avenue. news chopper ( -- news chopper 2 is over head and has spotted the scene but it is unclear what's going on on the ground. you see there the car in the house. we're also told that that car hit a pedestrian on the front yard. we don't yet have a condition for that person. we are also told that the driver was taken to the hospital and that the home is now going to be red tagged because of the damage. >>> residents in a usually quiet oakland neighborhood are on edge tonight after a paramedic may have been shot in his own car. it happened on keller avenue not far from skyline boulevard. eric rasmussen is live with what the victim may have mumbled to paramedics. >> reporter: that victim was able to speed away but quickly lost control. he went across the media where you see the tree knocked over and into the ravine. law enforcement does tell
. >> good evening everyone i am frank somerville spin i'm julie haener there is average tonight over graffiti in vallejo police say vandals defaced to memorial dedicated to an officer who was killed in the line of duty. only on 2 john sasaki is live in vallejo where talking with police explains this is not the first time something like this has happened. john? >>>reporter: it not often please take vandalism personally but this has hit the police hard practices the bureau for officer jim threw killed on the job a year and a half ago you can see where vandalism is actually damage the mural, this is on the police activity league building in a quiet neighborhood. this weekend it was vandalized for the fourth time. these photos show a defaced with white spray paint and we had to cover several affinities. it is not just this memorial. a small billboard on brolin would drive commemorates the officers killed in line of duty here 13 years ago. the photo was prevented and the other is untouched. police and residents are outraged. >> there is a lot of cit
. >>> i am julie haener. >> and i am frank somerville. >> police have implemented a new plan that directs homeless people into certain zones of the city. telling them where they are welcome and where they are not. ktvu's rob roth is live with what prompted this plan. rob? >> reporter: we are in downtown where we have seen few homeless people here today, because many have received this map discouraging them from coming to areas where police get complaints
. >> and i'm julie haener. deputies are trying to unravel the reason why a paramedic was shot in his car. the gunman got out of another car before he opened fire. we get new details now about the victim from ktvu's amber lee. she's live at highland hospital with what she's learned, amber. >> reporter: family members are leer at highland hospital by the bedside of the critically injured paramedic they tell me they fear he won't survive. family members tell us they are shaken and trying to make sense of what happened. relatives have confirmed the shooting victim found inside the honda civic is 34-year-old quinn boyer an off duty paramedic. a witness told police a man got out of a brown car at a stop sign and opened fire on boy er shortly before noon. the whole neighborhood is shaken. >> i can say the neighborhood is scared. we're shaken. this is very unusual. >> reporter: as crews pulled the honda out the passenger side window appeared too much been shot out. police found boyer's paramedic gear inside the car and there's no clue why. >> people want answers. people want to know what happen
'm julie haener. deputies are trying to unravel the reason why a paramedic was shot in his car. the gunman got out of another car before he opened fire. we get new details now about the victim from ktvu's amber lee. she's live at highland hospital with what she's learned, amber. >> reporter: family members are leer at highland hospital by the bedside of the critically injured paramedic they tell me they fear he won't survive. family members tell us they are shaken and trying to make sense of what happened. relatives have confirmed the shooting victim found inside the honda civic is 34-year-old quinn boyer an off duty paramedic. a witness told police a man got out of a brown car at a stop sign and opened fire on boy er shortly before noon. the whole neighborhood is shaken. >> i can say the neighborhood is scared. we're shaken. this is very unusual. >> reporter: as crews pulled the honda out the passenger side window appeared too much been shot out. police found boyer's paramedic gear inside the car and there's no clue why. >> people want answers. people want to know what happened and why i
am ken wayne. frank somerville is off. >> i am julie haener. gusty winds are fueling a wildfire in southern california that is burning close to homes in fillmore, north of los angeles. a live picture right now from a local news helicopter over head. the fire was reported at 4:45 p.m. in the afternoon and we have seen flames next to homes. lot of flames burning. sometimes it is hard to tell if homes are on fire. a lot of thick smoke right now you can see. it is burning where a small brush fire broke out
. >> i am julie haener. a 30-year-old woman was charged with child neglect and abuse after police say she left her baby alone in the car in the mid-day heat. ktvu's health and science editor john fowler is live now with the dangerous situation she is accused of putting her child into. john? >> reporter: it happened after noon here
somerville. >> and i am julie haener. the fbi released new images today of two men identified as suspects in monday's boston marathon-bombing. suspect one and suspect two. authorities handed out this surveillance video taken from the restaurant near the finish line. it shows both suspects one behind the north. the fbi issu
. >> and i'm julie haener. he was cornered in a boat in a backyard. 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev. his brother tamerlon was shot and killed earlier. >> reporter: their mission was take him down and they did. people recorded the gunfire from their windows. for a second night the search for the suspect focused on a 20 block area in massachusetts. this time authorities exchanged gunfire with suspect number two, dzhokhar tsarnaev. someone snapped this photo right after the take down. authorities say the 19-year-old suspect had been shot but was arrive. >> we're exhausted folks but we have our man. >> he walked outside, he saw blood on the boat of a backyard. he then opened the tarp and saw a man covered with blood. >> it's about accountability, i can't say how happy i am. how pleased i am that the second subject was taken alive. >>> tonight's arrest made a 24 hour man hunt to an end. it all started yesterday when the fbi released those photos of the suspects. then sean collier was killed in his cruiser. moments later the two stole a mercedes suv. suspect number one, the man in the black h
. we have a suspect in custody. >>> good evening everyone, i'm frank somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. he was cornered in a boat in a backyard. 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev. his brother tamerlon was shot and killed earlier. >> reporter: their mission was take him down and they did. people recorded the gunfire from their windows. for a second night the search for the suspect focused on a 20 block area in massachusetts. this time authorities exchanged gunfire with suspect number two, dzhokhar tsarnaev. someone snapped this photo right after the take down. authorities say the 19-year-old suspect had been shot but was arrive. >> we're exhausted folks but we have our man. >> he walked outside, he saw blood on the boat of a backyard. he then opened the tarp and saw a man covered with blood. >> it's about accountability, i can't say how happy i am. how pleased i am that the second subject was taken alive. >>> tonight's arrest made a 24 hour man hunt to an end. it all started yesterday when the fbi released those photos of the suspects. then sean collier was killed in his cruiser. mo
'm julie haener. authorities won't say much, but the shooter slamming on the bus while trying to get away. amber lee has been piecing together what happened and is live tonight at ohd. >> reporter: they're telling us they're interviewing people here for this case but they're not saying much more. we pieced together what happened by talking to witnesses and people in the neighborhood. the shooting happened shortly before 3:00 this afternoon. first responders tried to save the woman who was shot while she was driving a car with two passengers her sister and another woman. the passengers told her the driver had been shot about two blocks away. they said the woman walked up to the car but got away. when she tried to drive away, she was shot once. the woman managed to drive a block and a half before the car stopped. >> you take somebody's live, i don't care what the reason is it hurts. it hurts and you feel it. >> reporter: this is the second fatal shooting of a driver in exactly three weeks in oakland. the driver of this black honda was shot and killed on april 2nd shortly before noon. clint
somerville. >> and i am julie haener. >> only on 2 tonight ktvu's kristen k is live -- kristen -- christian c christien kafton is live. >> reporter: the team is supposed to set aside a portion to pay as taxes but some say the team is pocketing the money. >> reporter: parking revenue and rent are two sticking points with the authority. he chairs the authority. and says after a year of talks the a's stopped meeting last week. >> i haven't heard from the a's nor have the staff or our attorneys given us an indication why. >> according to the e-mail they have been asking the team to pay back taxes for money the team collected for parking. the a's owe more than $7 million. according to this e-mail the team flatly rejected paying back taxes but said it would going forward. >> i don't know if that particular provision and the money associated with it is the sticking point because there are other provisions that we could get bogged down. >> also up for negotiations concessions. they would like a bigger cut. rent for office space and the a's want a new scoreboard. >> reporter: the negotiators say the t
. >>> good evening everyone i'm frank somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. it is a crime that shocked the senses. an 8-year-old girl stabbed at her own home. developing news now from ktvu's ken wayne. he's live in the town of valley springs in the heart of california gold country where residents are on edge. ken-- >> reporter: julie, calaveras county sheriff officials wrapped up their news conference. they said their man hunt continues and they won't rest until the killer of little leyla fowler is brought to justice. the parents of leyla fowler told officials they would wait until the start of the news conference before deciding if they would speak. at the last minute, barney fowler and kristi walters indicated it was just too overwhelming to talk about the death of their little girls. >> everybody respect the family and their family's privacy during this time. >> reporter: leyla's 12-year- old brother said he saw an intruder flee from the family home before finding his sister. a massive search followed. authorities say they've collected dna evidence and are contacting sex offenders i
suspicion of white supremecist. good evening i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. district attorney offices here in the bay area are quietly adding security after the killing of two prosecutors in north texas. the d.a. in kauffman county texas mike mcclellan and wife cynthia were found shot to death in their home on saturday. authorities say the two cases do not appear to be random and to say that law enforcement in texas is on edge would be a real understatement. >> we're very much on alert. we obviously have folks that are out to do harm to elected officials so we take that very seriously. >> suspicion has turned to a white supremecist group active in texas prisons. amber lee has the story. >> reporter: the alameda county district attorney says there are now security measures here in the courthouse in response to the killing of the d.a. and his wife in texas. nancy o'malley has been a prosecutor for 27 years. she says they are several time -- times that authorities are on high alert. o'malley's supervisor 65 deputy d.a.s and they are on high alert. >> we have had threats
them throughout the city. the new develop boxes for used syringes. >>> good evening i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. we begin with breaking news that we are following right now from palo alto. we have learned that a car has driven into a home on boise avenue. news chopper ( -- news chopper 2 is over head and has spotted the scene but it is unclear what's going on on the ground. you see there the car in the house. we're also told that that car hit a pedestrian on the front yard. we don't yet have a condition for that person. we are also told that the driver was taken to the hospital and that the home is now going to be red tagged because of the damage. >>> residents in a usually quiet oakland neighborhood are on edge tonight after a paramedic may have been shot in his own car. it happened on keller avenue
tonight. good evening, everyone. i'm frank somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. the president's sprint includes four fund-raising stops. we have live team coverage tonight as hundreds of supporters and protesters converge on some of san francisco's most upscale neighborhoods. >> reporter: this crowd has grown significantly in the last hour. we've gotten a raised vantage point here
and what he's up to next. good evening. i'm julie haener. >> i'm frank somerville. president obama arrived about four and a half hours ago and has already attended two fund- raising parties. we have live team coverage. ktvu's carol lew will tell us about the cause that brought hundreds into the streets but we begin with ken wayne south of market. i understand the president is already calling it a night. >> reporter: well, it's 1:00 a.m. east coast time so at the present time might be pretty tired right now, frank. if you look behind me you can see 5th street is closed down to howard. that's because the president is staying at the intercontinental hotel down the street. mr. obama's motorcade left pacific heights an hour ago after the president attended a fund-raising dinner at the getty mansion on broad way. despite the high price tag those would attended didn't get a lot of time with him. he was there only about an hour. this is as close as we could get to the getty mansion from a block away you can see the president's limo arrive at the broadway avenue home but the view was blocked before
he's been and what he's up to next. good evening. i'm julie haener. >> i'm frank somerville. president obama arrived about four and a half hours ago and has already attended two fund- raising parties. we have live team coverage. ktvu's carol lew will tell us about the cause that brought hundreds into the streets but we begin with ken wayne south of market. i understand the president is already calling it a night. >> reporter: well, it's 1:00 a.m. east coast time so at the present time might be pretty tired right now, frank. if you look behind me you can see 5th street is closed down to howard. that's because the president is staying at the intercontinental hotel down the street. mr. obama's motorcade left pacific heights an hour ago after the president attended a fund-raising dinner at the getty mansion on broad way. despite the high price tag those would attended didn't get a lot of time with him. he was there only about an hour. this is as close as we could get to the getty mansion from a block away you can see the president's limo arrive at the broadway avenue home but th
somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. that police officer was from pinol. he was heading home from hawaii when a woman started an altercation in honolulu. jana katsuyama is live at the oakland airport with why he stepped in to help. >> reporter: justin rogers told me when he left oakland airport he never thought it was going to ends up like this. but when he saw that tsa agent in need of help, he decided to step in. the tsa rarely releases video but this was a rare confrontation. you can see a woman struggling with a tsa agent. police officer justin rogers saw it all. >> i was standing in front of the body scan machine and security with my shoes off getting ready to go through. >> reporter: he then heard the woman assault the agent. >> i turned back around and sure enough she was punching her. i had backed the tsa agent up against the wall continued pushing her and flaling her arms. >> you can see rogers jump over a half way. he tackled a woman and you can see him putting up his hands saying he was a police officer. >> i was scared they would think i was assaulting anybody. >> reporter: video
. and tonight, only on 2, the teen and his father are speaking out. good evening. i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. today, the chief of police explained to us why an officer opened fire on an innocent teen. ktvu's kara liu was the only reporter to talk with the teen and his team. the boy's father actually has some sympathy for the father. kara? [ inaudible ]
'm frank somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. that police officer was from pinol. he was heading home from hawaii when a woman started an altercation in honolulu. jana katsuyama is live at the oakland airport with why he stepped in to help. >> reporter: justin rogers told me when he left oakland airport he never thought it was going to ends up like this. but when he saw that tsa agent in need of help, he decided to step in. the tsa rarely releases video but this was a rare confrontation. you can see a woman struggling with a tsa agent. police officer justin rogers saw it all. >> i was standing in front of the body scan machine and security with my shoes off getting ready to go through. >> reporter: he then heard the woman assault the agent. >> i turned back around and sure enough she was punching her. i had backed the tsa agent up against the wall continued pushing her and flaling her arms. >> you can see rogers jump over a half way. he tackled a woman and you can see him putting up his hands saying he was a police officer. >> i was scared they would think i was assaulting anybody. >> rep
. >> good evening i'm julie haener. >> and i'm ken wayne. frank somerville is off tonight. the war has receded from the headlines but american men and women are still dying in afghanistan. today police identified santos jr. as a suicide car bombing victim. today amber lee spoke to his family and they said he was too young to die. >> reporter: we met with the soldiers two sisters here, they told us he loved skateboarding here and he was supposed to come home possibly for good later this month. >> at night i, i wake up and then -- >> she will start crying. >> just start crying because i miss my brother so much, you know. >> reporter: darlene and madeline santos called their brother by his nickname, dj. their family immigrated from vietnam. his sisters tell me d.j.s favorite loves were his family and his country. his first deployment was to iraq where he made this video. >> mom, happy birthday, i love you. >> when it comes to serious things, he gets on the point. >> he's like the girl in the family, let me tell you. he's the most sensitive one. >> reporter: this is a picture of d.j. when
. it just hurts. >> good evening i'm julie haener. >> and i'm ken wayne. frank somerville is off tonight. the war has receded from the headlines but american men and women are still dying in afghanistan. today police identified santos jr. as a suicide car bombing victim. today amber lee spoke to his family and they said he was too young to die. >> reporter: we met with the soldiers two sisters here, they told us he loved skateboarding here and he was supposed to come home possibly for good later this month. >> at night i, i wake up and then -- >> she will start crying. >> just start crying because i miss my brother so much, you know. >> reporter: darlene and madeline santos called their brother by his nickname, dj. their family immigrated from vietnam. his sisters tell me d.j.s favorite loves were his family and his country. his first deployment was to iraq where he made this video. >> mom, happy birthday, i love you. >> when it comes to serious things, he gets on the point. >> he's like the girl in the family, let me tell you. he's the most sensitive one. >> reporter: this is a picture
a train struck and killed one of the boys. good evening i'm julie haener. >> and i'm ken wayne. frank somerville is off tonight. an amtrak train struck and killed a teenage boy playing on the track with his friends. it happened around 6:45. cara liu is live near the high school where the fatality took place apparently during a game of chicken. >> reporter: we are here at lewellin boulevard. if you look to my right it's how close it is to san lorenzo high school. the accident happened near the bridge over there. three teenagers were walking south on the tracks playing chicken with the amtrak train. a teenage boy was struck and killed. his two friends, a 15-year-old boy and 15-year-old girl were shaken but not hurt. >> the people walking this neighborhood on a daily basis coming to and from practices and other community events, are so important that teenagers understand how dangerous the track is. parents need too reiterate to their children. especially not to play games or walk home. >> reporter: authorities tell us they are still working on notifying the victim's family about what ha
time. good evening i'm ken wayne. >> and i'm julie haener. we're hearing about an alleged case of sexual assault. it led the 15-year-old victim to later take her own life. new details from maureen naylor. she's live with the first statement on behalf of the three boys charged in this case. >> reporter: the three 16-year- old boys are expected to be here until their first court appearance early next week. tonight the close and quiet community of saratoga so rarely in the headlines is trying to grasp the allegations. the three are accused of sexually assaulting a 16-year- old, and then distributing pictures of the assault. >> in the case of audrey she was terrorized. here's a 15-year-old dealing with being sexually assaulted by many boys who are her friends. >> reporter: tonight the attorneys for the accused boys said in a statement in part much of what has been reported over the last several day social security inaccurate. most disturbing is to try to link aubrey's suicide to the actions of these three boys. tonight i spoke to one of their family members who says it's been rough
're hearing from the suspect's attorney for the first time. good evening i'm ken wayne. >> and i'm julie haener. we're hearing about an alleged case of sexual assault. it led the 15-year-old victim to later take her own life. new details from maureen naylor. she's live with the first statement on behalf of the three boys charged in this case. >> reporter: the three 16-year- old boys are expected to be here until their first court appearance early next week. tonight the close and quiet community of saratoga so rarely in the headlines is trying to grasp the allegations. the three are accused of sexually assaulting a 16-year- old, and then distributing pictures of the assault. >> in the case of audrey she was terrorized. here's a 15-year-old dealing with being sexually assaulted by many boys who are her friends. >> reporter: tonight the attorneys for the accused boys said in a statement in part much of what has been reported over the last several day social security inaccurate. most disturbing is to try to link aubrey's suicide to the actions of these three boys. tonight i spoke to one of t
's responsible and why. good evening i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. the fbi has taken the lead tonight in the investigation of those two explosions that turned the finish line of the boston marathon into a scene of chaos own carnage. this video just came into our newsroom, it was posted on you tube and shows the point of view of a runner approaching the finish line. >>> after the two explosions broken glass and debris littered the area. some say it looked and smelled like a war zone. tonight four people are dead, 140 injured. we have a team of reporters working to bring you the very latest on today's attack and the reprocautions being seen here in the area. our coverage begins with eric rasmussen. >> reporter: investigators are starting to go through video and debris. police, and even the president have vowed to find those responsible. two explosions at the finish line turned the boston marathon from a scene of devastation to all out panic. the blast about 100 yards apart knocked some off their feet. more than 140 people were injured many lost limbs. among the three killed was
the silican valley on an energy alert. map >>> good evening everyone i'm frank somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. we have breaking news to report tonight on the fatal shooting of an off duty paramedic in the east bay. oakland police chief howard jordan announced that within the past 24 hours five arrests were made in the murder of quinn bowyer. bowyer was driving in the oakland hills on april 2nd when he was shot in the head. he tried to drive off but lost control of his car and plunged into a ravine. bowyer died two days later. >> i am deeply deeply concerned by the fact that the persons responsible for this man's murder range in the age of 14 to 16 years old. that is unacceptable. >> reporter: today chief jordan and his staff attended quinn bowyer's funeral. it was held in oakland where bowyer once served as an altar boy. >>> mow the
. >> good evening everyone, i'm frank somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. tonight the investigation into that deadly attack is reaching full speed as the realization slowly takes hold that innocent americans even children have once again come under attack on u.s. soil. we have team coverage tonight. ktvu's deborah villalon has been exploring one theory about the person responsible. but we begin in the newsroom with ken wayne and the kitchen appliance used to make those bombs. >> reporter: investigators have made significant progress in the 34 hours since the attacks. they've determined who pressure cookers were used as bombs. investigators combing the blast area say they determined the items used in the bombs. they found the remains of a pressure cooker. they also recovered this pack it apparently contained one of the crude devices. >> it was determined that both the explosives were placed in a dark colored nylon bag or backpack. the bag would have been heavy because of the components believed to be in it. >> reporter: a boston tv station showed this imagine of a bag next to a mail
everyone, i'm frank somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. tonight the investigation into that deadly attack is reaching full speed as the realization slowly takes hold that innocent americans even children have once again come under attack on u.s. soil. we have team coverage tonight. ktvu's deborah villalon has been exploring one theory about the person responsible. but we begin in the newsroom with ken wayne and the kitchen appliance used to make those bombs. >> reporter: investigators have made significant progress in the 34 hours since the attacks. they've determined who pressure cookers were used as bombs. investigators combing the blast area say they determined the items used in the bombs. they found the remains of a pressure cooker. they also recovered this pack it apparently contained one of the crude devices. >> it was determined that both the explosives were placed in a dark colored nylon bag or backpack. the bag would have been heavy because of the components believed to be in it. >> reporter: a boston tv station showed this imagine of a bag next to a mailbox amidst the marathon
forward and chase what matters. >>> good evening. i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. and we begin tonight with the latest information out of boston. late this afternoon, the fbi cancelled a briefing on its investigation. despite conflicting reports earlier today, investigators and the governor of massachusetts both say there have been no arrests and no one is in custody. however, the associated press reports a law enforcement official says investigators do have an image of a potential suspect, but they do not yet have a name. >>> investigators are still coming through hundreds of photos and video and we're told some images are proving crucial to the investigation, like these taken from surveillance video from a lord and taylor store just across the street from the bombing. also today we learned that a battery used in one of the bombs was made right here in
. good evening, i'm julie haener. >> i'm frank somerville. we begin tonight with breaking news. a massive explosion at a fertilizer plant at a small town in texas has leveled dozens of buildings tonight, and killed dozens of people. the smogs happened in the town of west. just north of waco. it was at 8:00 central time. it's not clear exactly what happened. one resident of the town reports that there was a fire at the fertilizer plant, and when someone sprayed water on it, the building exploded. that blast rippled across town, between 75, and 100 buildings near the plant were leveled, and caught fire. injuries are extensive. as many as 200 people were hurt. take a look here. a spotlight shows an apartment building and its upper floor appears to have been obliterated by fire. listen now as firefighters called dispatch, and dispatched response. >> we have many people down. >> i'm getting everybody i can. >> this image of the blast was posted on twitter this evening, you can see the incredibly large plume of smoke as that plant blew up. right now, emergency workers are using a high school as
to 70 people are dead, many more injured. good evening, i'm julie haener. >> i'm frank somerville. we begin tonight with breaking news. a massive explosion at a fertilizer plant at a small town in texas has leveled dozens of buildings tonight, and killed dozens of people. the smogs happened in the town of west. just north of waco. it was at 8:00 central time. it's not clear exactly what happened. one resident of the town reports that there was a fire at the fertilizer plant, and when someone sprayed water on it, the building exploded. that blast rippled across town, between 75, and 100 buildings near the plant were leveled, and caught fire. injuries are extensive. as many as 200 people were hurt. take a look here. a spotlight shows an apartment building and its upper floor appears to have been obliterated by fire. listen now as firefighters called dispatch, and dispatched response. >> we have many people down. >> i'm getting everybody i can. >> this image of the blast was posted on twitter this evening, you can see the incredibly large plume of smoke as that plant blew up. right now,
to honor those killed and injured in boston. good evening everyone i'm frank somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. authorities in cambridge outside boston just outside boston say a police officer at mit was shot several times and died. police along with the fbi swarmed the campus and are now conducting a man hunt. students and faculty have been told to stay indoors and officials say the officer had responded to reports of a disturbance. mit is calling the situation active and extremely dangerous. we will update you later in this newscast as we learn more. again we do not tpe if there's a connection to -- again we do not know if there's a connection to the men suspected in the boston marathon bombings. but the fbi said the two men were dangerous. >> reporter: identifying the two men in the photos and video are its highest priority and they're turning to the public to help them do that. the fbi released video of these two men with backpacked walking single file 12-1/2 minutes before the explosions. two bombs killed three an injured more than 170 on monday afternoon. for now investigators are
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